containing both "twitter" and "search". This is the default operator.
containing the exact phrase "happy hour".
containing "beer" but not "root".
containing the hashtag "haiku".
sent from person "alexiskold".
sent to person "techcrunch".
referencing person "mashable".
containing "superhero" and sent since date "2010-12-27" (year-month-day).
containing "ftw" and sent up to date "2010-12-27".
movie -scary :)
containing "movie", but not "scary", and with a positive attitude.
containing "flight" and with a negative attitude.
containing "traffic" and asking a question.
containing "hilarious" and linking to URLs.
containing "news" and entered via TwitterFeed
To filter by location use the near: keyword with the desired location.
Use a single word, or if multiple words enclose them in quotes
Country, for example near:"united states", near:france, near:"united kingdom"
City, for example near:"dublin OH", near:paris
US State, for example near:"south dakota", near:california
Be careful with ambiguous location names (e.g. Georgia country vs. state)
It's possible to include multiple locations in one query, eg. marketing (near:"united states" OR near:"united kingdom" OR near:france) will look for tweets mentioning marketing in any of those 3 countries.
Twitter supports most countries, US cities and states, and many though not all world cities. Continents are not supported.
To filter for a particular language, add the below filter at the end of your keyword. For example, pizza will find English tweets containing the word pizza, while pizza lang:es will find tweets in Spanish that contain the word pizza.
You can combine the Advanced operators with Language operators. Note that Twitter describes their language filtering as "best effort" as the language of some tweets can be ambiguous.
in English. This is the default operator.
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